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The future of the law

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Remote working during the Covid-19 pandemic has alerted us to many ways that new technology can help us. As Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain, it is also showing us how to future-proof the legal world. History is important (we would know,...

The process of changing solicitors

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Sometimes, your legal matter can be affected quite abruptly by unprecedented or unfortunate circumstances outside of your control. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain how to transfer you case to another firm of solicitors. Picture it: Your...

Self-Employed rights to claim notice, holiday and redundancy pay

SherReene Cheah
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If you’re Self-Employed, what are your rights to claim notice, holidays and redundancy pay? Tilly Bailey & Irvine’s Employment Law Solicitors explain. Under the current employment law, there are three different categories of people...

What happens if your solicitors close down?

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Sometimes, your case can be brought to a halt by conditions out of your control. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain what to do if your solicitors has closed or been shut down. No matter how well you prepare, there are some things you just...

Property Market Restart: Conveyancing process back on track

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The government has eased lockdown measures on the property market in England, but many processes of buying a house can still be done online. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Conveyancing Solicitors in Teesside explain. Government advice from Housing...

Why do carers of vulnerable people appoint a professional deputy?

Jessica Morton
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Jessica Morton, experienced court of protection solicitor of Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors, explains why so many carers of vulnerable people opt to appoint a professional deputy to look after their financial affairs. A deputy is a person that...

How TBI is your 'Catalyst' for business success

Craig Malarkey
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Ready for the next step? Tilly Bailey & Irvine’s corporate and commercial law solicitors in Teesside can support your business if you are ready to develop or expand. As we enter the next stage of the Government’s plan to ease...

Lucy's Law: Can You Protect Your Dog In Your Will?

Joanne Tillotson
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The government in April 2020 introduced “Lucy’s Law” to ban the commercial third-party sale of animals such as dogs and cats. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain the law change and how to protect pets with your Will. ...

TBI settle numerous Medomsley physical abuse cases

Nathalie Clayton
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Following the agreement of the Medomsley Physical Scheme, Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors in Hartlepool has settled a number of cases for former inmates that were subjected to physical abuse whilst detained at the centre. Nathalie Clayton,...

"70% increase" in demand for Wills during coronavirus crisis

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March 2020 saw a 70% increase in demand for making a will. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain the impact caused by the current coronavirus pandemic. “Will-writing is one of those things on people’s to-do lists that they never...

TBI's award-winning Probate Solicitors re-accredited

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors has again received re-accreditation under the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (‘WIQS’) for legal services in Wills, Probate and Inheritance. The firm, which first offered its...

Supporting families in care homes during coronavirus crisis

Helen Elstob
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During the Covid-19 pandemic it is important to keep in contact with your family and loved ones. That includes those in care homes, and Tilly Bailey & Irvine explain how you can further support them. The Coronavirus crisis is a worrying and...

Covid-19: What happens if a tenant is unable to pay rent?

Sara Garnett
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The current Covid-19 pandemic has thrown up plenty of questions about rent and property agreements. Tilly Bailey & Irvine’s Commercial Property Solicitors are here to help with your legal questions. With numerous businesses forced to...

How to make a criminal injury claim through the CICA

Adrienne Harris
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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain how to make a claim through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). Making a claim upon the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) can be a daunting process. A Claimant will have...

Can I make a Lasting Power of Attorney during lockdown?

Joanne Tillotson
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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain how the current global pandemic does not stop you from looking after your assets. Alongside making a Will we have also had numerous queries regarding the drafting and completion of lasting powers of...

Can I make a Will during lockdown?

Joanne Tillotson
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The global pandemic has created quite a shake-up to our daily lives, but it does not stop you with your plans to finalise a Will or Family Trust, as Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain. It is without doubt an unprecedented time for us...

What is HAVS? Increase in Claims for Vibration White Finger

Mark Ellis
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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors, who have assisted clients who have suffered from the Industrial Disease Vibration White Finger (HAVS) for the last 30 years, have seen an increased number of enquiries in relation to the condition recently. ...

Explained: Asbestos Claims and Compensation

Mark Ellis
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How do you approach an asbestos-related personal injury claim? Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors answer your questions... Thousands of people are diagnosed with asbestos related injuries annually. There are currently more than 5,000 deaths from...

Coronavirus Act 2020: How does this affect commercial tenancies?

Rhiannon Melrose
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How has the coronavirus pandemic affected commercial property tenancies? Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explain… The Coronavirus Act 2020 became law on 25 March 2020, and was introduced to provide legal measures to allow public...

Does Your Business Comply With Job Retention Scheme Guidance?

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors will offer bespoke legal advice remotely to be sure your business complies with government guidance on the Job Retention Scheme. We have seen many enquiries from businesses of all sizes with regard to the...

Tilly Bailey & Irvine Update: Commercial Law Support

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors can offer you employment, property, insolvency and commercial law support during these uncertain coronavirus-affected times thanks to its commercial law teams. Here at Tilly Bailey & Irvine, we have...

Tilly Bailey & Irvine Update: Business Support

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors can offer you business support during these uncertain coronavirus-affected times thanks to its corporate and commercial law teams. TBI’s corporate team are here and ready to help you navigate the current...

Update: Coronavirus (27/03/2020)

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Now, more than ever, it is important to know about good news. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors is continuing to support clients and we are committed to doing so throughout this time of uncertainty. Although we cannot meet you face to face, our...

Tilly Bailey & Irvine Update: Conveyancing Matters

John Ellwood
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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors offers an update from its Conveyancing department on how your property matters will progress over the coming months. In these difficult times it is important to know about good news. Tilly Bailey & Irvine is...

Family Law: Do children have the right to see both parents during UK lockdown?

Wendy Beacom
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Divorced and separated parents have asked the question of whether their children still have the right to see both parents amid the ongoing coronavirus situation. Tilly Bailey & Irvine’s Family Law team answer with the following legal...

Update: Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine wish to update you in light of the developing Covid-19 (Coronavirus) situation. Our priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and our clients. With this...

Reuben Manor: Care Home 'Requiring Improvement'

Helen Elstob
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"Palatial" care home Reuben Manor has been urged to improve after it was rated as "requiring improvement" by a watchdog recently. Tilly Bailey & Irvine’s Personal Injury Solicitors take up the case…  Reuben...

Medomsley Victims: Compensation Scheme Agreed With Ministry of Justice

Nathalie Clayton
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Personal Injury Solicitors at Tilly Bailey & Irvine continue to support victims of Medomsley Detention Centre abuse, and an agreement for a new compensation scheme will only help the process… Medomsley Detention Centre was a prison for young...

Mesh Implant Claims: Negligence Now Thrust Into The Public Eye

Sylvia Taylor
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The rise in vaginal mesh-implant claims of medical negligence continues to make headlines, the withdrawal of a London Mayor candidate being the latest case. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors take up the story… Sue Black, the Women’s...

The Case That Shows Why Bereavement Damages Must Be Revised

John Hall
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We recently discussed why bereavement damages required an overhaul. Partner John Hall of Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors agrees with this, further echoed by a tragic incident in the news recently... John’s colleague Mark Ellis , a...

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